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The Resource Gettysburg replies : the world responds to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation ; edited by Carla Knorowski, Ph.D

Gettysburg replies : the world responds to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation ; edited by Carla Knorowski, Ph.D

Label
Gettysburg replies : the world responds to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address
Title
Gettysburg replies
Title remainder
the world responds to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address
Statement of responsibility
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation ; edited by Carla Knorowski, Ph.D
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library [Foundation] challenged presidents, judges, historians, filmmakers, poets, actors, and others to craft 272 words of their own to celebrate Lincoln, the Gettysburg Address, or a related topic that stirs their passions ... [The book] features images of important Lincoln documents and artifacts, including the first copy of the address that Lincoln wrote out after delivering it, the program from the cemetery dedication, Lincoln's presidential seal, and more
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973.7/349
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
E475.55
LC item number
.G37 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Gettysburg replies : the world responds to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation ; edited by Carla Knorowski, Ph.D
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Greater efforts, grander victories
  • Mystery in the history of the Gettysburg Address
  • Michelle A. Krowl
  • Photo essay
  • Annie Leibovitz
  • Four score and seven Lincolns
  • David H. Leroy
  • A look at a people
  • Caleb Lewis
  • I heard Lincoln deliver the Gettysburg Address
  • Salvador Litvak
  • Julian Bond
  • Fallen heroes
  • James Lovell
  • Freedom: given by God, defended by man
  • Allen J. Lynch
  • Conceived in liberty
  • Phil W. Magness
  • A timeless call to action
  • Suzanne Malveaux
  • Immigration to America
  • John F. Marszalek
  • The Gettysburg story
  • Lincoln's world and Gettysburg
  • Robert E. May
  • 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address
  • Matthew H. Mead
  • Learning from Lincoln
  • Michael Medved
  • Transition in South Africa
  • Babalwa Mhlauli
  • Democracy persists
  • Richard Lawrence Miller
  • Jake Boritt
  • Visions of Lincoln: a century on screen
  • Nell Minow
  • More information, less understanding
  • Newton N. Minow
  • Reply
  • President Barack H. Obama
  • Building on Lincoln's legacy
  • Douglas R. Oberhelman
  • Abraham Lincoln and the vital importance of civic education
  • Sandra Day O'Connor
  • A common path taken
  • Proud disciples
  • Maureen Orth
  • An unfinished masterpiece
  • Eboo Patel
  • The long shadow of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
  • Jared Peatman
  • In the throes of democracy
  • Graham A. Peck
  • Lincoln in the world
  • Kevin Peraino
  • John Borling
  • Remembering a second birth of freedom
  • Matthew Pinsker
  • Fate and circumstance
  • Adam Pitluk
  • The march must continue
  • Colin L. Powell
  • The will of the people
  • Patrick J. Quinn
  • Finishing their work
  • Grace Richards
  • On the occasion of the great leaving
  • A continuing obligation
  • J. Joe Ricketts
  • 272 words of hope
  • Karen Roth
  • Battlefields for equal justice
  • Nancy Rousseau
  • The promise of greater access
  • Eric Schmidt
  • Hubris in 272 words
  • Thomas F. Schwartz
  • Robert Bray
  • 10 sentences, 4 clauses
  • Pete Seeger
  • Demand the best
  • Judith Sheindlin
  • A time-sensitive document
  • Scott Simon
  • The unfinished work before us
  • Brooks D. Simpson
  • The attractive vision of a better world
  • Steven Spielberg
  • The dark horse candidate
  • Genealogy apology
  • Kevin Stein
  • The will of the people
  • Randall L. Stephenson
  • The global meaning of the Gettysburg Address
  • Louise L. Stevenson
  • Turn to Lincoln
  • Charles B. Strozier
  • People like to eat
  • Evelyn Brandt Thomas with Karl Barnhart
  • Edward M. Burke
  • Lincoln's railroad
  • Robert W. Turner
  • The Lincoln seedbed
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Let's build a civilization based on universal values
  • Lech Walesa
  • Let their lives shine
  • Scott Walker
  • An American keystone
  • David Walser
  • Preface
  • The business of words
  • We are the benefactors of change agents
  • Robin White
  • Words that count
  • Robert S. Willard
  • A young girl's advice
  • Karen B. Winnick
  • Ken Burns
  • The Gettysburg Address: rewriting America's foundational narrative
  • William D. Burns
  • Truth
  • President George H.W. Bush
  • A powerful reminder
  • President George W. Bush
  • The long march
  • Amy Carlson
  • Carla Knorowski
  • Gettysburg Address
  • President Jimmy Carter
  • Our struggle was their struggle
  • Richard Carwardine
  • Rebuild together
  • President Bill Clinton
  • One thousand five hundred and seventy days
  • Catherine Clinton
  • On a poem by Lincoln: "My childhood home I see again"
  • Billy Collins
  • Introduction: A nation "at risk, " Lincoln's world and ours
  • Lincoln's world language
  • James M. Cornelius
  • A new nation
  • Jeremy T. Crandall
  • The concept of accountability
  • Keith David
  • Unfinished work
  • Alan M. Dershowitz
  • I am a foreigner
  • Danian C. Douglas
  • James M. Cornelius
  • Overalls
  • Richard H. Driehaus
  • Our greatest treasure
  • Tammy Duckworth
  • Gettysburg: rebirth of the revolution
  • Dick Durbin
  • A new American anthem
  • Jason Emerson
  • Lincoln in memory and mission
  • Richard W. Etulain
  • Walking with Lincoln
  • The unfinished business of slavery
  • Nicholas J. Evans
  • Will America sacrifice as it did in the Civil War?
  • Guy C. Fraker
  • Gettysburg is not only in Pennsylvania
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • What would Mr. Lincoln think?
  • Bill Goodman
  • Equal opportunity to influence
  • Ginny Greer
  • Tom Amandes
  • The ennobling universal passion
  • Allen C. Guelzo
  • Canvassing the vote
  • Dan Guillory
  • The best place on earth
  • Samuel R. Harris
  • Each must enlist
  • Gary R. Herbert
  • Footsteps
  • Katherine Hitchcock
  • Lincoln and Eureka College
  • Gettysburg calls us to our solemn duty
  • Jackie Hogan
  • Long remembered
  • Harold Holzer
  • Saying much in little
  • William Howarth
  • No greater words
  • Sally Jewell
  • History is a cause
  • Gary T. Johnson
  • J. David Arnold
  • Republicanism renewed
  • Howard Jones
  • Words to music
  • John William Jones
  • Clarity of purpose
  • Kathleen Kennedy
  • Lincoln walking at night
  • Amanda L. Kilpatrick
  • "In God we trust"
  • Carla Knorowski
Control code
1593008
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xix, 204 pages
Isbn
9781493009121
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2015003536
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1593008
  • (Sirsi) 1593008
  • (OCoLC)902986782
Label
Gettysburg replies : the world responds to Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg address, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation ; edited by Carla Knorowski, Ph.D
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Greater efforts, grander victories
  • Mystery in the history of the Gettysburg Address
  • Michelle A. Krowl
  • Photo essay
  • Annie Leibovitz
  • Four score and seven Lincolns
  • David H. Leroy
  • A look at a people
  • Caleb Lewis
  • I heard Lincoln deliver the Gettysburg Address
  • Salvador Litvak
  • Julian Bond
  • Fallen heroes
  • James Lovell
  • Freedom: given by God, defended by man
  • Allen J. Lynch
  • Conceived in liberty
  • Phil W. Magness
  • A timeless call to action
  • Suzanne Malveaux
  • Immigration to America
  • John F. Marszalek
  • The Gettysburg story
  • Lincoln's world and Gettysburg
  • Robert E. May
  • 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address
  • Matthew H. Mead
  • Learning from Lincoln
  • Michael Medved
  • Transition in South Africa
  • Babalwa Mhlauli
  • Democracy persists
  • Richard Lawrence Miller
  • Jake Boritt
  • Visions of Lincoln: a century on screen
  • Nell Minow
  • More information, less understanding
  • Newton N. Minow
  • Reply
  • President Barack H. Obama
  • Building on Lincoln's legacy
  • Douglas R. Oberhelman
  • Abraham Lincoln and the vital importance of civic education
  • Sandra Day O'Connor
  • A common path taken
  • Proud disciples
  • Maureen Orth
  • An unfinished masterpiece
  • Eboo Patel
  • The long shadow of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
  • Jared Peatman
  • In the throes of democracy
  • Graham A. Peck
  • Lincoln in the world
  • Kevin Peraino
  • John Borling
  • Remembering a second birth of freedom
  • Matthew Pinsker
  • Fate and circumstance
  • Adam Pitluk
  • The march must continue
  • Colin L. Powell
  • The will of the people
  • Patrick J. Quinn
  • Finishing their work
  • Grace Richards
  • On the occasion of the great leaving
  • A continuing obligation
  • J. Joe Ricketts
  • 272 words of hope
  • Karen Roth
  • Battlefields for equal justice
  • Nancy Rousseau
  • The promise of greater access
  • Eric Schmidt
  • Hubris in 272 words
  • Thomas F. Schwartz
  • Robert Bray
  • 10 sentences, 4 clauses
  • Pete Seeger
  • Demand the best
  • Judith Sheindlin
  • A time-sensitive document
  • Scott Simon
  • The unfinished work before us
  • Brooks D. Simpson
  • The attractive vision of a better world
  • Steven Spielberg
  • The dark horse candidate
  • Genealogy apology
  • Kevin Stein
  • The will of the people
  • Randall L. Stephenson
  • The global meaning of the Gettysburg Address
  • Louise L. Stevenson
  • Turn to Lincoln
  • Charles B. Strozier
  • People like to eat
  • Evelyn Brandt Thomas with Karl Barnhart
  • Edward M. Burke
  • Lincoln's railroad
  • Robert W. Turner
  • The Lincoln seedbed
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Let's build a civilization based on universal values
  • Lech Walesa
  • Let their lives shine
  • Scott Walker
  • An American keystone
  • David Walser
  • Preface
  • The business of words
  • We are the benefactors of change agents
  • Robin White
  • Words that count
  • Robert S. Willard
  • A young girl's advice
  • Karen B. Winnick
  • Ken Burns
  • The Gettysburg Address: rewriting America's foundational narrative
  • William D. Burns
  • Truth
  • President George H.W. Bush
  • A powerful reminder
  • President George W. Bush
  • The long march
  • Amy Carlson
  • Carla Knorowski
  • Gettysburg Address
  • President Jimmy Carter
  • Our struggle was their struggle
  • Richard Carwardine
  • Rebuild together
  • President Bill Clinton
  • One thousand five hundred and seventy days
  • Catherine Clinton
  • On a poem by Lincoln: "My childhood home I see again"
  • Billy Collins
  • Introduction: A nation "at risk, " Lincoln's world and ours
  • Lincoln's world language
  • James M. Cornelius
  • A new nation
  • Jeremy T. Crandall
  • The concept of accountability
  • Keith David
  • Unfinished work
  • Alan M. Dershowitz
  • I am a foreigner
  • Danian C. Douglas
  • James M. Cornelius
  • Overalls
  • Richard H. Driehaus
  • Our greatest treasure
  • Tammy Duckworth
  • Gettysburg: rebirth of the revolution
  • Dick Durbin
  • A new American anthem
  • Jason Emerson
  • Lincoln in memory and mission
  • Richard W. Etulain
  • Walking with Lincoln
  • The unfinished business of slavery
  • Nicholas J. Evans
  • Will America sacrifice as it did in the Civil War?
  • Guy C. Fraker
  • Gettysburg is not only in Pennsylvania
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • What would Mr. Lincoln think?
  • Bill Goodman
  • Equal opportunity to influence
  • Ginny Greer
  • Tom Amandes
  • The ennobling universal passion
  • Allen C. Guelzo
  • Canvassing the vote
  • Dan Guillory
  • The best place on earth
  • Samuel R. Harris
  • Each must enlist
  • Gary R. Herbert
  • Footsteps
  • Katherine Hitchcock
  • Lincoln and Eureka College
  • Gettysburg calls us to our solemn duty
  • Jackie Hogan
  • Long remembered
  • Harold Holzer
  • Saying much in little
  • William Howarth
  • No greater words
  • Sally Jewell
  • History is a cause
  • Gary T. Johnson
  • J. David Arnold
  • Republicanism renewed
  • Howard Jones
  • Words to music
  • John William Jones
  • Clarity of purpose
  • Kathleen Kennedy
  • Lincoln walking at night
  • Amanda L. Kilpatrick
  • "In God we trust"
  • Carla Knorowski
Control code
1593008
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xix, 204 pages
Isbn
9781493009121
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2015003536
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1593008
  • (Sirsi) 1593008
  • (OCoLC)902986782

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